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    Adult (ages 13+)
    from $105.00 each
    Child (ages 5-12)
    from $75.00 each
    Military (with valid ID)
    from $90.00 each
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      • An encounter that will bring you within inches of curious Galapagos and Sandbar sharks in their natural environment from the safety of a cage
      • Opportunity to peer into the ocean open through large poly glass windows and watch the sharks as they glide gracefully and effortlessly through the deep blue
      • Educational tour with fascinating facts about shark biology and behavior, ocean life, conservation issues and the significance of sharks in Hawaiian culture and mythology
      Duration:2 hours
      Availability:Available daily at 6:30 a.m., 8:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m.
      Cancellation Policy:2 days in advance
      Safety Info:A floating cage keeps humans and sharks safely separated from each other
      Other Rules:Must be 5+
      Check-in Time:30 minutes prior to scheduled tour
      Refund Policy:All reservations are subject to non refundable cancellation if you have not checked in at least 15 minutes prior to scheduled tour
      Meet Location:Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor, 66-105 Haleiwa Rd., Haleiwa, HI 96712
      Parking Location:Once in Haleiwa Boat Harbor, stay to the right and follow the road as it curves around and out to the big two story building in the middle of the harbor; Park next to the Hawaii Shark Encounter sign
      Transportation Type:The Kainani is a 32-foot Radon built on the Big Island of Hawaii
      Equipment Included:Regular masks and snorkels in small, medium and large sizes
      Guarantee:If you don't see sharks you will receive a full refund
      Insider Tip:For those that are prone to motion sickness, the boat never stops rocking; If you plan on taking something like Dramamine, read the instructions because it must be taken in advance of being on the water; For those who do not wish to go into the shark cage underwater, you are able to stay on the boat to watch, but you will need to purchase a full-price ticket

      Haleiwa Small Boat Harbor, 66-105 Haleiwa Rd., Haleiwa, Hawaii 96712

      About Hawaii Shark Encounter

      Put your courage–and what you thought you knew about the ocean’s most misunderstood masters–to the test on these thrilling and educational shark encounters. Motor far into the open ocean, where the mysteries beneath the waves wait to reveal themselves. Armed with little more than a snorkel, slip into the water, suspended in hundreds of feet of clear blue. If you get the feeling you’re being watched, you’re right. It won’t be long before beady eyes emerge from the depths, followed by familiarly pointy fins. Soon, you’ll find yourself encircled by swarms of graceful Galapagos and Sandbar sharks. Protected by a floating cage, you’ll come nose-to-nose through impenetrable Poly glass partitions as your curiosity–and eyes–meet theirs 600 feet above the seafloor.

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